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sosleep: I was like you once, he added - in love with turbulence. Louise Gluck It's astonishing how much trouble one can get oneself into, if one works at it. Neil Gaiman Improbable as it may be, the day still has a few indignities left. Colson Whitehead

somporia: louise gluck “of two sister one is always the watcher, the other the dancer.” and anthony marra “she wouldn’t climb out of bed for her sister, but she climbed into a crater. she wouldn’t cross a room, but she crossed a continent.

Boiarski: Poetry has always made a place for women. The last few Nobels were notable. Louise Glück deserves a second look.

Markdoingstuff: I absolutely love this French reading of The Wild Iris by Louise Gluck.

UChiCollegium: It's on! Our Director's Lecture with Louise Glück has been rescheduled. Please join us at the Rubenstein Forum on May 31, 5-7pm. The Nobel laureate will read and discuss a selection of her poems. Register here:

thomas_jardine: What is anti-writing? Let's Be Honest. Free to read essay on four "Old Lady" poets, Kay Ryan, Louise Gluck, Ada Limon, Jorie Graham. Very important, not too long to read.

float2space: ”I am attracted to ellipsis, to the unsaid, to suggestion, to eloquent deliberate silence.” -Louise Gluck

jhanteigh: I’d been waiting for my irises to bloom but they were refusing. When I woke up this morning and my husband told me grandpa officially passed, I went to the garden to be alone and saw this. Cousin Nick sent me this Louise Gluck poem shortly after.

reidonline: Louise Gluck read the Odyssey and something clicked

toddedillard: “You will listen when you are dead” Louise Gluck could NEVER

elspanhoff: "... your voice reaches me always. And I answer constantly, my anger passing as winter passes. My tenderness should be apparent to you in the breeze of summer evening and in the words that become your own response". - Louise Gluck

cattlegoth: If I don't count comics its a tie between Georges Bataille and Louise Gluck, otherwise its Ryan North/Erica Henderson because I have the first dozen or so issues of their Squirrel Girl run

Barnard_CW: Hey Barnard! Did you know that Nobel Laureate Louise Gluck is reading tonight at Columbia? She'll be reading at 6pm at Miller Theatre at 2960 Broadway. Here's the registration link!

nybooks: Congratulations to Arinda Crăciun, whose illustration graced this essay by Anahid Nersessian.

scoupszz: first line, a prop from : Epithalamium by Louise Gluck.

sathisharthars: New world, Ararat - Louise Gluck

e_asherah: can’t pick a favorite Louise Gluck poem about motherhood to post but no one wrote about mothers and daughters like her

sarahruns981: "Ongoing," Jenny Xie "Vita nova," Louise Gluck "Not even this," Ocean Vuong

skydog811: In the Magnificent Region of Courage: An Interview with Louise Glück | Beltway Poetry Quarterly

Philly852: 3D printed humanoid robot parts in South Korea Gluck Lab

worldlittoday: Louise Glück’s 14th work “embodies a transformative quality of life that is also entwined with the concept of stillness” and “urges us to return to the poems throughout, considering the transformations they offer.” – Kent Su

semiconstructiv: winter recipes from the collective | louise gluck

RunaBouius: “It’s this stillness we both love. The love of form is a love of endings.” — Louise Gluck

skydog811: In the Magnificent Region of Courage: An Interview with Louise Glück | Beltway Poetry Quarterly

skydog811: In the Magnificent Region of Courage: An Interview with Louise Glück | Beltway Poetry Quarterly

MolMoHsen: In the Magnificent Region of Courage: An interview with the Nobel Prize winning (2020) poet Louise Glück "it’s astonishing to me the degree to which the human ego can feel slighted, even when it’s being praised." :

agoodconfession: Louise Glück on not knowing if the silence will end... QUOTES FOR WRITERS

hey_itsaina: Now, of course, it’s too late – you were trapped in the romance of fidelity. You kept going back, clinging to two people you hardly recognized after what they’d endured. -Louise Gluck

ellelaurens: “ The sound of the sea colours everything.” Louise Gluck. Herbert List.

Sheebamehraj: "Death cannot harm me more than you have harmed me , my beloved life " Louise Gluck.

EnglishWSU: On this last day of National Poetry Month, we have more recs! It's a great day to read two outstanding and celebrated contemporary poets, Loiuse Gluck and Anne Waldman. Check out Gluck's “All Hallows” and Waldman’s “Cabin.”

leonard_louisew: Italo Calvino (I know),Louise Gluck, Per Petterson, Deborah Eisenberg, Rick Moody, Amy Hempel, Dean Wareham

SCMPNews: Nobel laureate poet Louise Gluck completes first prose narrative, based on her twin grandchildren, Emmy and Lizzy

yaledailynews: ARTS | Louise Glück, winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature and Frederick Iseman professor of poetry at Yale, gave this year’s Foundational Lecture at the Yale University Art Gallery on Tuesday.

rozi2004: Ufakdere, Kaş, Likya yolu. "and the sound of the sea colors everything." Louise Gluck

naomi7444: Getting to know Louise Gluck’s poetry. This took my breath away. Keep reading for the moment of drenching, joyful revival.

josephfpoetry: Another poem by Louise Gluck, Nobel Prize winner. This is a great poem, like all great poetry, it has a heart stopping ending: We look at the world once, in childhood. The rest is memory.

PublishersLunch: Louise Gluck's First Prose Narrative Publishes In October from FSG

FreeRadicalRP: Pairing 2: on the problematic nature of male desire and its implications for women: Louise Gluck's "A Myth of Devotion":

rabihalameddine: Poem of the day before: First Memory by Louise Glück

normancanter: Try the Louise Homer & Alma Gluck recordings on You Tube of ABIDE WITH ME & ROCK OF AGES.....and, of course, the great African-American spirituals.....

Naive_Sun_9: "One summer she goes into the field as usual stopping for a bit at the pool where she often looks at herself, to see if she detects any changes. She sees the same person, the horrible mantle of daughterliness still clinging to her." Louise Gluck

saratogason: The soul is silent If it speaks at all It speaks in dreams Louise Gluck

squiresjl8: ‘We look at the world once, in childhood. The rest is memory.’ Louise Gluck

Sillywilly7777: Nobel laureates (208 out of 930). This year there are five Jewish Nobel laureates: Paul Milgrom (economics), Louise Gluck (literature), Roger Penrose and Andrea Ghez (physics), and Harvey Alter (medicine). 2/3

JessicaACuello: I had a dream I went to a fancy writing conference and while I was folding a huge pile of laundry Louise Gluck gave me marriage advice.

YaleReview: "Amid violet, azalea, Round around the whole arriving garden now with her son she passes What I paused to catch, the early bud phases, on the springing grass." —Louise Glück From "My Cousin in April," today's TYR selection for National Poetry Month:

lewismclewis: roland barthes, jake hora de aventura, wittgenstein, tom jobim, drake e josh, louise gluck, aquele cara das pegadinhas que fala "aguarde o processo", pikachu dancing in the moonlight

fakeTakeDump: NIRD WITH TURKEY. STRIKE KENNETH CLARK ANEMOMETRY ETHEREUM GINGER ALE NFT FORTNITE FECES SWARM CITY LUEY TROPICANA AND PRETTY BE TREATED. RAP MUSIC IN ORDER BITCOIN AVAX REVOLUTIONIZE LOUISE GLUCK GREAT TIME FARTING 100% MORE SARAH PALIN DIARRHEA WITHOUT A GRAPE POOCOIN

NuriaRIL: Happy birthday, Louise Gluck 79

WayneResistance: ““We look at the world once, in childhood. The rest is memory.” ~~ Louise Gluck

michaelblevons: The Red Poppy

PequotLibrary: Renowned poet and Nobel Laureate Louise Gluck was born today (4/22)! She's known for her restraint; as the Guardian says, "There is a bare-branched, midwinter feeling to her writing." Browse the catalog of her work here:

jlorts: Birthday of poet Louise Gluck (1943), our most recent Nobel Laureate in Literature. She observed: "They say there is a rift in the human soul which was not constructed to belong entirely to life." NATIONAL POETRY MONTH continues through April. Thanks, Louise, wherever you are.

PoetNotRockStar: “I am attracted to ellipsis, to the unsaid, to suggestion, to eloquent deliberate silence.” — Louise Gluck

FreeRadicalRP: A coworker just requested that I read a poem from Louise Gluck’s Averno — my favorite book by my favorite poet — at the reading I’m doing at work soon, and I’m pretty sure this is the pinnacle of my career.

poesispoesis: Louise Gluck's radiantly bleak comment to Yale newspaper interviewer about poet life-work

JOHNSKOYLES: Discussion of Louise Gluck’s “The Wild Iris” — a conversation with Dawn Skorczewski. American Imago: Psychoanalysis and the Human Sciences. Volume 79. Number 1. Spring 2022.

sweetpIums: the worst day of my life up-to-date is definitely when we had a poetry week in ap literature and my teacher chose rupi kaur to "represent contemporary poetry" instead of ocean vuong or louise gluck or literally anyone with more than six braincells and an ability to form sentences

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woofwoolf0: Reading Louise Gluck during the summer feels so wrong, almost like a crime because the desolation in her poetry always reminds me of winter

samirguglani: April, Louise Gluck

TimLeachWriter: Ooh, this is GORGEOUS by Louise Gluck...

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whatcheerclub: Sounds of Silence: The Art of Punctuation in Poetry isn’t a “rules” course. The April 30 workshop looks at the effect of stops & pauses in the work of poets Louise Gluck, Anne Carson & Brigit Pegeen Kelly, while exploring the feel of marks on the page:

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annlederer: . . . "Life is very weird, no matter how it ends, very filled with dreams. . . . ~Louise Gluck (from Poem "Vita Nova")

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GlenEllynPL: April is National Poetry Month! Celebrate by attending Poetry of Louise Gluck, a virtual program, Thursday night from 6:30-7:30 pm.

dem8z: Indeed she was a great person. Boyd loved books, film, thinking, and she greatly (and unselfishly) encouraged the work of others. Earlier this year, I sent her the interview with Louise Gluck in the nation, which I forward to you here, in Boyd’s memory.

knowyouronions2: "The weeks go by. I shelve them, They are all the same, like peeled soup cans..." Louise Gluck (not my current mood but my mood my of the pandemic time most definitely.)

AbeitaDawn: "All too soon I emerged/my true self,/robust but sour,/like an alarm clock." Louise Gluck, "Night Thoughts"

_star_____dust_: My friend the moon rises: She is beautiful tonight, but when she is not beautiful? ~Louise Gluck, October

TReese82: Happy 79th B-Day to Author Louise Gluck!

holdengraber: “I am attracted to ellipsis, to the unsaid, to suggestion, to eloquent deliberate silence.” ~ Louise Gluck

meh_just_a_guy: bought a big ass book of Louise Gluck poems, highly recommend

climatebrad: All my life I have worshiped the wrong gods. When I watch the trees on the other side, the arrow in my heart is like one of them, swaying and quivering. - Louise Gluck

rarebookman: Louise Gluck First Edition THE HOUSE ON MARSHLAND 1975. Her second book, a review copy with publisher's material. Although there is no indication of such, this book came from the library of William Meredith. Fine in close to Fine dustwrapper. $200

jonathanarn_: SOMEONE COME TO THE LOUISE GLUCK TALK AT STANFORD WITH ME

josephfpoetry: The finale of a poem by Louise Gluck, Nobel Prize Winner. From her Poems 1962-2020 (a Christmas present from my son, Patrick). The poem is one of her more positive works, bordering on the sentimental but what other way can we face the loss of a loved one?

lighthaos: louise gluck admin r u my former editor......

rabihalameddine: Poem of the day before: Night Thoughts by Louise Glück

romarinruisseau: Louise Gluck: «Don’t listen to me; my heart’s been broken./ I dont see anything objectively.» Nacho Vegas: «No te fíes de un animal herido.»

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rabihalameddine: Yesterday's poem: Night Thoughts by Louise Glück

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